Making sure of chickens genders.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Colt Frost, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. Colt Frost

    Colt Frost Chirping

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    I’ve already posted something about this about 1/2 a month ago but I’m having doubts about the genders of these chickens. They’re 2 months old now and I know for sure 3 of the are roosters but I don’t know about the other 4.
     

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  2. TheTwoRoos

    TheTwoRoos Crowing

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    We need full body pics of each side their heads don’t tell us everything.Frim what I see you have girls,end might be a boy.
     
  3. AlleysChicks

    AlleysChicks Enabler

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    The last one looks like a cockerel
     
  4. Colt Frost

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    Ok here’s some full body picks.
     

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  5. Colt Frost

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    So do you think all the others are hens?
     
  6. AlleysChicks

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    They don’t have huge red combs. So yes pullets, unless they are late blooming boys.
     
  7. TheTwoRoos

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    All the rest but the second picture the one that is whitish/yellowish is almost a for sure cockerel,how old are they?
     
  8. Colt Frost

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    2 months old
     
  9. TheTwoRoos

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    Yeah it’s probably a boy then.I would wait for the others as well not knowing they were that young their waddles and combs make me unsure.Were they sexed?
     
  10. ashlandco

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    The 2nd does look like a cockerel
     

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